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      From Jonathan Stone, Film School Faculty/Head of Digital Production. "I'm grateful to the CMPA leadership for their support and for allowing me the opportunity to slip back in to the producing fray of Hollywood (Burbank to be exact). Though short term, I will be serving as the producer and heading up the LA team for 8i Inc, a New Zealand based start up Virtual Reality Technology Company. 8i is seriously on the cutting edge and leading the charge for new and innovative technology that may help define this old, yet new frontier! They are driven by amazing technical wizards, scientists, and artists from some of the top companies in the world, and I'm proud to be part their team, if even for a short time. I am also proud to report that we are located for a few months on the sound stage of SoapBox Films, a production company founded by former FSU CMPA Alum.  Go Noles! From Lauren Lear (BFA 99)  “I'm a very proud member of "The How To Train Your Dragon 2" editorial team which brought home the Annie Award for Best Editing in a Feature Animation.  Not to mention a Golden Globe and Annie for Best Animated Feature as well as an Oscar nomination. Honored and humbled to be amongst a such a talented crew.” From Armando Salas (MFA 02)  “I'm heading to Austin in a couple days to start work on season 2 of the Robert Rodriguez series From Dusk Till Dawn. It’s a fast paced schedule with a ton of location work so I’ll be splitting the episode count with another cinematographer. The show airs on El Rey Network and is available on iTunes. If there are any FSU Alumni in the Austin area, drop me a line.” From Zac Sieffert (MFA 02)  “Focus, the new Will Smith feature, comes out this Friday, and I was the B-Cam 1st AC for the show. Just saw a screening of the movie here in Santa Fe (where I'm working with the same directors and cinematographer on a Tina Fey Afghanistan war comedy (as A-cam 1st AC this time)), and Focus looks great. Drop by your local cineplex and enjoy a fun flick.” From Craig Kief (BFA 99)  “have a film premiering opening night at SXSW that I shot last year for HBO. In this comedy called 7 Days In Hell, Andy Samberg plays an Agassi like tennis pro who plays his arch rival Kit Harrington (Game of Thrones) in the longest game of tennis ever played. An airdate on HBO hasn't been set yet. I've been shooting 2nd unit for the new CBS show CSI: Cyber. It premieres March 4th, and stars newly Oscar winning Patricia Arquette, who leads a team of FBI agents investigating cyber crime.   The March issue of ICG Magazine will have an article about my work in visual effects driven commercials. A couple of the stories I share are from FSU Alum sets - a Muppets shoot with Soapbox Films, and Greg Jardin's  (MFA 05) short film Floating.   Off to New York today for a few days on season 2 of the CNN doc TV show I've been shooting - this go around it's The Seventies. Armando Salas (MFA 02)  has been co-DP with me on it.” From Liz Rizzo (MFA  02)  “Hey, New York City peeps! My most recent film short, "Zero Sight: Bad Call" is playing the Iron Mule Short Comedy series at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space this Sunday March 1st at 7:30pm. It's going to be a ton of fun, and I'd love to see you! Tickets are available here: http://www.symphonyspace.org/event/8664/Film/iron-mule-march-1st-2015” From Sarah Beth Shapiro (MFA 06)  “I edited a film called FAULTS which is having a limited theatrical release with same day Video on Demand March 6. It stars Leland Orser and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as a downtrodden cult deprogrammer and his formidable deprogramee. It premiered at SXSW and played at AFI Fest. My favorite description from an Indiewire review— “Imagine ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ by way of the Coen brothers… a truly original dark comedy bound to provoke conversations that last."  If you like that kind of flick please check it out in theaters, VOD, or iTunes! I’ll be seeing it opening night March 6 at the Los Feliz 3 and anyone who shows up I’ll buy you a drink after! Sat March 8 & Sun March 9 there will be a Q&A after the film with the director and two leads and I'll be at one or both of those as well.  Other cities where it’ll play in theaters: NYC, Seattle, SF, Houston, Austin, Columbus, OH, Winchester, VA, Minneapolis, Tulsa, Kansas City.  Check out the trailer:https://thedissolve.com/news/4703-the-trailer-for-sxsw-favorite-faults-will-get-insi/     I just finished cutting another feature and I'd love to cut some more! You can reach me at sarahbetheditor@hotmail.com  From Nathan Alexander (BFA 99)  “I'm in my 5th year here at Hulu, where I'm a Senior Video Producer on the video production team. We're an in-house creative agency focusing on all Hulu video marketing creative: tv spots, trailers, on-channel promos, ancillary content, EPKs and more - Any video that supports Hulu's content and the business, we produce.” Congratulations to Amy Vincent, (Film School cinematography instructor) who was listed in Indiewire as one of 8 female cinematographers you should know about! From David Spence (MFA  10)  “The new 310 House play, Recreational Living, written by David Spence and directed by Mark Medoff opens Friday, March 6 at the Las Cruces Community Theatre! Get your tickets at lcctnm.org!  It is an expanded full-length version of a play that was performed at FSU with the same title, Recreational Living.  It was part of the New Horizons plays that we did.  Mark Medoff requested submissions of plays from his former students as a sort of contest because he wanted to direct a new play.  He chose mine and we've been working on it since November.  It's exciting to work on a new play.  It's particularly exciting to work with Mark.  He is my old mentor for both playwriting and screenwriting.  He has history with the program at Florida State.  He also won a Tony for Children of a Lesser God.  There is a palpable level of excitement and intensity with the cast and crew when we get to work with such an accomplished and great person.  It is really fulfilling to see work I did at Florida State evolve and live on.”  From Julianna Baggett (Film School faculty member) “Here's an interview with Joanna Quraishi -- an up and coming alum, comedy writer. Scroll down and the first paragraph is a great shout-out to FSU -- sure, she went through the creative writing program, BUT I've connected her with the Film School now, roping her in. We've stayed in close contact. She attended the Film Forum event last spring, met with our screenwriters when we were out there (whom she's helped take under a wing), and she's very a very proud FSU alum. http://www.careercontessa.com/Joanna-Quraishi-TV-Writer/”  NOTE:  be sure to read the entire interview which appears below the picture. Are you in or near Miami?   “Miami International Film Festival has an  outstanding film playing at this year's festival called SPRING — it was co-directed by an FSU film school alum, Aaron Moorhead (BFA 08). He and his co-director make creative horror flicks and this latest is a vampire "horror romance" about a young American abroad in Italy; it's been called "the best genre movie you haven't seen yet." (You can learn more about SPRING here.)  The film is playing Saturday, March 7th at the Regal South Beach, and the directors will be in attendance. Tickets are $13 and the Miami International Film Festival is offering a special FSU alumni discount of $2 off to help spread the word about the film through the FSU network in Miami! It's a great Saturday night / date night .”  From Christy Fiers (BFA  97)  “I’m moving to GEORGIA and need sell some furniture.  (1) green velvet overstuft down couch with surprisingly comfy hide-a-bed- $250 obo (2) Pub Table and 2 chairs-$200 (3) Rubbermaid Storage shed $450 obo. I’m also hosting a garage sale at 3809 Crest Dr in Manhattan Beach on Sunday if you need any other bits.  Its all gotta go! christycamera@gmail.com.  “On the heels of its inaugural HBOAccess Directing Fellowship, HBO today announced it has launched the HBOAccess Writing Fellowship, which is seeking emerging writers from diverse backgrounds. Applications for the program will be accepted beginning March 4. Participants will attend a week of master classes at HBO’s Santa Monica campus that will focus on character and story development, pitching ideas and projects, securing an agent, and networking. Each participant will then go on to an eight-month writing phase where he/she will be paired with an HBO development executive and guided through the script development process. At the conclusion of the program, HBO will hold a reception and staged reading for industry professionals where the writers will be introduced to the entertainment industry.  The HBOAccess Writing Fellowship is open to writers 21 and older who must be able to work in the U.S. Prior to the application, the writer must not have been staffed on a network or cable series in excess of 13 episodes and/or had more than one feature film or more than two plays produced.  All submissions must be made through the online portal, Without A Box, and will require a resume, a writing sample, a completed release form and a personal essay in 500 words or less explaining how his/her background has influenced his/her storytelling. For more information on eligibility, visit here.”SUMMER JOB/Intern POSTING - Video Production Intern  Location: Winona, MN Contract Dates: May 12th - August 7th Pay: $175/week + Housing   Internship opportunity for a filmmaker seeking summer work! Fantastic experience and a great way to make new connections and have fun while doing so. The Great River Shakespeare Festival is looking for a creative and enthusiastic individual to assist in the production of their weekly YouTube promotional videos. These films take the form of promos for the summer productions and also short films (both dramatic & comedic). The GRSF YouTube Channel has over 170,000 views with top videos reaching 40,000 views. This is an opportunity to work alongside a longtime Los Angeles filmmaker and the creator of the new web series, “Darwin”. You’ll be receiving advanced editing experience working with the editor using Abode Premiere (great opportunity for Final Cut users to become familiar with another professional software).  The internship ranges from pre-production to post-production. We are looking for someone whose duties include assisting in content & story creation, camera operator, & assistant editor. The individual should be comfortable working under a weekly deadline and working late hours, similar to most film shoots. A person who has a desire to make strong films, to make them better each time, and is passionate about making films that connect and reach out to a large audience is the right person for the position.  Having your own camera is preferred, but not required. Having experience with Adobe Premiere is a plus, but not required. Having an interest in Shakespeare is a plus, but not required. If you’re interested in this position or would like more information, contact: BenjaminBoucvalt@me.com Also, check out the GRSF YouTube channel and the web series “Darwin”. www.youtube.com/GreatRiverShakes ;Darwin: The Series: http://tinyurl.com/n4k63q4 FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – February 25, 2015 My Girl Rose (MFA Thesis 2014 Jordan Lewis) was selected for screening at the Gasparilla Film Festival in Tampa, March 24-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.gasparillafilmfestival.com. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) won both the Jury Award and Audience Award for Best US Short at the Nevermore Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina, February 21-23. For more information about this festival, go to www.carolinatheatre.org/nevermore. A New Leaf (MFA Thesis 2013 Clinton Cornwell) was selected for screening at the March 19 HollyShorts monthly screening in Los Angeles. For more information about this festival and series, go to   Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was selected for screening on the highly competitive Short of the Week. For more information on Short of the Week, go to http://www.shortoftheweek.com/. Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was invited for screening at Meme Pas Peur International Film Festival of the Fantastic in Saint-Philippe, France in the second half of February, 2015. For more information about this festival, go to www.festivalmemepaspeur.com. I Am One (BFA F2 2014 Christian Klein) was selected for screening at the inaugural WideScreen Film & Music Video Festival in Miami, February 27 – March 3. For more information about this festival, go to http://widescreenfest.com. S.P.A.G.H.E.T.T.1 (MFA Thesis 2009 Adam Varney) was invited to screen at Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention, March 6-8 in Tuscon, Arizona. For more information about this festival, go to https://www.wildwestcon.com/. Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral), Apalachicola (MFA Thesis 2014 John Francis) and Ruby Woo (MFA Thesis 2014 Kendall McCrory) will be the top three College winners on March 12 at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Showcase of Films. We won’t know which film will be in which place until the day of the showcase. For more information about this event, go to http://www.pbfilm.com/studentshowcaseoffilms.cfm. Whatever We Want To Be (MFA Thesis 2014 Stephanie Williams) was selected for screening at the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival, March 15-20. For more information about this festival, go to www.lawomensfest.com. A Promise (MFA D2 2014 Saad Nawab) was selected for screening at the Speechless Film Festival in Mankato, Minnesota, March 20-21. For more information about this festival, go to http://speechlessfilmfestival.com. Dorian (BFA Thesis 2014 Jon Sams/Margie Cooper) was selected for screening at the Gasparilla Film Festival in Tampa, March 24-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.gasparillafilmfestival.com. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the Fort Myers Film Festival, March 25-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.fortmyersfilmfestival.com. Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson) and Fathers & Daughters (MFA Thesis 2014 Mithra Alavi) were selected for screening at the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival, March 26-28. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.brooklyngirlfilmfest.com/. The Surreal and the Self (BFA Documentary 2013 Jon Sams) was selected for screening at the American Documentary Film Festival, March 26-30 in Palm Springs, California. For more information about this festival, go to www.americandocumentaryfilmfestival.com. Cootie Contagion (BFA Thesis 2012 Josh Smooha) was selected for screening at the Phoenix Film Festival, March 26 – April 2. For more information about this festival, go to www.phoenixfilmfestival.com. These Woods (BFA Thesis 2013 Tatiana Bears) was selected for screening at the Ozark Foothills Film Fest in Batesville, Arkansas, April 2-6. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.ozarkfoothillsfilmfest.org/. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) and Beer Battle (BFA Documentary 2014 Hunter Truman) were selected to screen as part of the Best of Brouhaha side bar at the Florida Film Festival, April 10-19 in Orlando. For more information about this festival, go to www.floridafilmfestival.com. Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral/Jill Somers [PR]), LUNCHSAQ (BFA Thesis 2014 Aubrey Danielson/Taylor Kidd [PR]), Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders/Joel Black [PR]), Heyln Spring (MFA Thesis 2014 Noah Camenker) and A Blind Man (MFA Thesis 2014 Joel Black) were selected for Blue Ribbon Panel judging by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for the College Television Awards (Student Emmys). The winners will be announced in April. For more information about this competition, go to www.emmys.tv/foundation. Forgotten Rabbit (BFA Documentary 2013 Clara Diez) was invited to screen at three festivals in the state of Washington: Seattle Crypticon Horror Convention on May 23, Sasquan International Film Festival in Spokane, August 17-20, and at Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival in Richland, October 16-18. For more information about these festivals go to www.tcif3.com.-- Meryl Warren, Director of Alumni            College of Motion Picture ArtsA5100 University Center, Florida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2350850 524 0063 (cell) ;  850 644 2626 faxmwarren@film.fsu.edufilm.fsu.eduSee More

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    Warren Report 2.26.15

      From Jonathan Stone, Film School Faculty/Head of Digital Production. "I'm grateful to the CMPA leadership for their support and for allowing me the opportunity to slip back in to the producing fray of Hollywood (Burbank to be exact). Though short term, I will be serving as the producer and heading up the LA team for 8i Inc, a New Zealand based start up Virtual Reality Technology Company. 8i is seriously on the cutting edge and leading the charge for new and innovative technology that may help define this old, yet new frontier! They are driven by amazing technical wizards, scientists, and artists from some of the top companies in the world, and I'm proud to be part their team, if even for a short time. I am also proud to report that we are located for a few months on the sound stage of SoapBox Films, a production company founded by former FSU CMPA Alum.  Go Noles! From Lauren Lear (BFA 99)  “I'm a very proud member of "The How To Train Your Dragon 2" editorial team which brought home the Annie Award for Best Editing in a Feature Animation.  Not to mention a Golden Globe and Annie for Best Animated Feature as well as an Oscar nomination. Honored and humbled to be amongst a such a talented crew.” From Armando Salas (MFA 02)  “I'm heading to Austin in a couple days to start work on season 2 of the Robert Rodriguez series From Dusk Till Dawn. It’s a fast paced schedule with a ton of location work so I’ll be splitting the episode count with another cinematographer. The show airs on El Rey Network and is available on iTunes. If there are any FSU Alumni in the Austin area, drop me a line.” From Zac Sieffert (MFA 02)  “Focus, the new Will Smith feature, comes out this Friday, and I was the B-Cam 1st AC for the show. Just saw a screening of the movie here in Santa Fe (where I'm working with the same directors and cinematographer on a Tina Fey Afghanistan war comedy (as A-cam 1st AC this time)), and Focus looks great. Drop by your local cineplex and enjoy a fun flick.” From Craig Kief (BFA 99)  “have a film premiering opening night at SXSW that I shot last year for HBO. In this comedy called 7 Days In Hell, Andy Samberg plays an Agassi like tennis pro who plays his arch rival Kit Harrington (Game of Thrones) in the longest game of tennis ever played. An airdate on HBO hasn't been set yet. I've been shooting 2nd unit for the new CBS show CSI: Cyber. It premieres March 4th, and stars newly Oscar winning Patricia Arquette, who leads a team of FBI agents investigating cyber crime.   The March issue of ICG Magazine will have an article about my work in visual effects driven commercials. A couple of the stories I share are from FSU Alum sets - a Muppets shoot with Soapbox Films, and Greg Jardin's  (MFA 05) short film Floating.   Off to New York today for a few days on season 2 of the CNN doc TV show I've been shooting - this go around it's The Seventies. Armando Salas (MFA 02)  has been co-DP with me on it.” From Liz Rizzo (MFA  02)  “Hey, New York City peeps! My most recent film short, "Zero Sight: Bad Call" is playing the Iron Mule Short Comedy series at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space this Sunday March 1st at 7:30pm. It's going to be a ton of fun, and I'd love to see you! Tickets are available here: http://www.symphonyspace.org/event/8664/Film/iron-mule-march-1st-2015” From Sarah Beth Shapiro (MFA 06)  “I edited a film called FAULTS which is having a limited theatrical release with same day Video on Demand March 6. It stars Leland Orser and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as a downtrodden cult deprogrammer and his formidable deprogramee. It premiered at SXSW and played at AFI Fest. My favorite description from an Indiewire review— “Imagine ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ by way of the Coen brothers… a truly original dark comedy bound to provoke conversations that last."  If you like that kind of flick please check it out in theaters, VOD, or iTunes! I’ll be seeing it opening night March 6 at the Los Feliz 3 and anyone who shows up I’ll buy you a drink after! Sat March 8 & Sun March 9 there will be a Q&A after the film with the director and two leads and I'll be at one or both of those as well.  Other cities where it’ll play in theaters: NYC, Seattle, SF, Houston, Austin, Columbus, OH, Winchester, VA, Minneapolis, Tulsa, Kansas City.  Check out the trailer:https://thedissolve.com/news/4703-the-trailer-for-sxsw-favorite-faults-will-get-insi/     I just finished cutting another feature and I'd love to cut some more! You can reach me at sarahbetheditor@hotmail.com  From Nathan Alexander (BFA 99)  “I'm in my 5th year here at Hulu, where I'm a Senior Video Producer on the video production team. We're an in-house creative agency focusing on all Hulu video marketing creative: tv spots, trailers, on-channel promos, ancillary content, EPKs and more - Any video that supports Hulu's content and the business, we produce.” Congratulations to Amy Vincent, (Film School cinematography instructor) who was listed in Indiewire as one of 8 female cinematographers you should know about! From David Spence (MFA  10)  “The new 310 House play, Recreational Living, written by David Spence and directed by Mark Medoff opens Friday, March 6 at the Las Cruces Community Theatre! Get your tickets at lcctnm.org!  It is an expanded full-length version of a play that was performed at FSU with the same title, Recreational Living.  It was part of the New Horizons plays that we did.  Mark Medoff requested submissions of plays from his former students as a sort of contest because he wanted to direct a new play.  He chose mine and we've been working on it since November.  It's exciting to work on a new play.  It's particularly exciting to work with Mark.  He is my old mentor for both playwriting and screenwriting.  He has history with the program at Florida State.  He also won a Tony for Children of a Lesser God.  There is a palpable level of excitement and intensity with the cast and crew when we get to work with such an accomplished and great person.  It is really fulfilling to see work I did at Florida State evolve and live on.”  From Julianna Baggett (Film School faculty member) “Here's an interview with Joanna Quraishi -- an up and coming alum, comedy writer. Scroll down and the first paragraph is a great shout-out to FSU -- sure, she went through the creative writing program, BUT I've connected her with the Film School now, roping her in. We've stayed in close contact. She attended the Film Forum event last spring, met with our screenwriters when we were out there (whom she's helped take under a wing), and she's very a very proud FSU alum. http://www.careercontessa.com/Joanna-Quraishi-TV-Writer/”  NOTE:  be sure to read the entire interview which appears below the picture. Are you in or near Miami?   “Miami International Film Festival has an  outstanding film playing at this year's festival called SPRING — it was co-directed by an FSU film school alum, Aaron Moorhead (BFA 08). He and his co-director make creative horror flicks and this latest is a vampire "horror romance" about a young American abroad in Italy; it's been called "the best genre movie you haven't seen yet." (You can learn more about SPRING here.)  The film is playing Saturday, March 7th at the Regal South Beach, and the directors will be in attendance. Tickets are $13 and the Miami International Film Festival is offering a special FSU alumni discount of $2 off to help spread the word about the film through the FSU network in Miami! It's a great Saturday night / date night .”  From Christy Fiers (BFA  97)  “I’m moving to GEORGIA and need sell some furniture.  (1) green velvet overstuft down couch with surprisingly comfy hide-a-bed- $250 obo (2) Pub Table and 2 chairs-$200 (3) Rubbermaid Storage shed $450 obo. I’m also hosting a garage sale at 3809 Crest Dr in Manhattan Beach on Sunday if you need any other bits.  Its all gotta go! christycamera@gmail.com.  “On the heels of its inaugural HBOAccess Directing Fellowship, HBO today announced it has launched the HBOAccess Writing Fellowship, which is seeking emerging writers from diverse backgrounds. Applications for the program will be accepted beginning March 4. Participants will attend a week of master classes at HBO’s Santa Monica campus that will focus on character and story development, pitching ideas and projects, securing an agent, and networking. Each participant will then go on to an eight-month writing phase where he/she will be paired with an HBO development executive and guided through the script development process. At the conclusion of the program, HBO will hold a reception and staged reading for industry professionals where the writers will be introduced to the entertainment industry.  The HBOAccess Writing Fellowship is open to writers 21 and older who must be able to work in the U.S. Prior to the application, the writer must not have been staffed on a network or cable series in excess of 13 episodes and/or had more than one feature film or more than two plays produced.  All submissions must be made through the online portal, Without A Box, and will require a resume, a writing sample, a completed release form and a personal essay in 500 words or less explaining how his/her background has influenced his/her storytelling. For more information on eligibility, visit here.”SUMMER JOB/Intern POSTING - Video Production Intern  Location: Winona, MN Contract Dates: May 12th - August 7th Pay: $175/week + Housing   Internship opportunity for a filmmaker seeking summer work! Fantastic experience and a great way to make new connections and have fun while doing so. The Great River Shakespeare Festival is looking for a creative and enthusiastic individual to assist in the production of their weekly YouTube promotional videos. These films take the form of promos for the summer productions and also short films (both dramatic & comedic). The GRSF YouTube Channel has over 170,000 views with top videos reaching 40,000 views. This is an opportunity to work alongside a longtime Los Angeles filmmaker and the creator of the new web series, “Darwin”. You’ll be receiving advanced editing experience working with the editor using Abode Premiere (great opportunity for Final Cut users to become familiar with another professional software).  The internship ranges from pre-production to post-production. We are looking for someone whose duties include assisting in content & story creation, camera operator, & assistant editor. The individual should be comfortable working under a weekly deadline and working late hours, similar to most film shoots. A person who has a desire to make strong films, to make them better each time, and is passionate about making films that connect and reach out to a large audience is the right person for the position.  Having your own camera is preferred, but not required. Having experience with Adobe Premiere is a plus, but not required. Having an interest in Shakespeare is a plus, but not required. If you’re interested in this position or would like more information, contact: BenjaminBoucvalt@me.com Also, check out the GRSF YouTube channel and the web series “Darwin”. www.youtube.com/GreatRiverShakes ;Darwin: The Series: http://tinyurl.com/n4k63q4 FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – February 25, 2015 My Girl Rose (MFA Thesis 2014 Jordan Lewis) was selected for screening at the Gasparilla Film Festival in Tampa, March 24-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.gasparillafilmfestival.com. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) won both the Jury Award and Audience Award for Best US Short at the Nevermore Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina, February 21-23. For more information about this festival, go to www.carolinatheatre.org/nevermore. A New Leaf (MFA Thesis 2013 Clinton Cornwell) was selected for screening at the March 19 HollyShorts monthly screening in Los Angeles. For more information about this festival and series, go to   Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was selected for screening on the highly competitive Short of the Week. For more information on Short of the Week, go to http://www.shortoftheweek.com/. Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was invited for screening at Meme Pas Peur International Film Festival of the Fantastic in Saint-Philippe, France in the second half of February, 2015. For more information about this festival, go to www.festivalmemepaspeur.com. I Am One (BFA F2 2014 Christian Klein) was selected for screening at the inaugural WideScreen Film & Music Video Festival in Miami, February 27 – March 3. For more information about this festival, go to http://widescreenfest.com. S.P.A.G.H.E.T.T.1 (MFA Thesis 2009 Adam Varney) was invited to screen at Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention, March 6-8 in Tuscon, Arizona. For more information about this festival, go to https://www.wildwestcon.com/. Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral), Apalachicola (MFA Thesis 2014 John Francis) and Ruby Woo (MFA Thesis 2014 Kendall McCrory) will be the top three College winners on March 12 at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Showcase of Films. We won’t know which film will be in which place until the day of the showcase. For more information about this event, go to http://www.pbfilm.com/studentshowcaseoffilms.cfm. Whatever We Want To Be (MFA Thesis 2014 Stephanie Williams) was selected for screening at the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival, March 15-20. For more information about this festival, go to www.lawomensfest.com. A Promise (MFA D2 2014 Saad Nawab) was selected for screening at the Speechless Film Festival in Mankato, Minnesota, March 20-21. For more information about this festival, go to http://speechlessfilmfestival.com. Dorian (BFA Thesis 2014 Jon Sams/Margie Cooper) was selected for screening at the Gasparilla Film Festival in Tampa, March 24-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.gasparillafilmfestival.com. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the Fort Myers Film Festival, March 25-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.fortmyersfilmfestival.com. Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson) and Fathers & Daughters (MFA Thesis 2014 Mithra Alavi) were selected for screening at the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival, March 26-28. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.brooklyngirlfilmfest.com/. The Surreal and the Self (BFA Documentary 2013 Jon Sams) was selected for screening at the American Documentary Film Festival, March 26-30 in Palm Springs, California. For more information about this festival, go to www.americandocumentaryfilmfestival.com. Cootie Contagion (BFA Thesis 2012 Josh Smooha) was selected for screening at the Phoenix Film Festival, March 26 – April 2. For more information about this festival, go to www.phoenixfilmfestival.com. These Woods (BFA Thesis 2013 Tatiana Bears) was selected for screening at the Ozark Foothills Film Fest in Batesville, Arkansas, April 2-6. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.ozarkfoothillsfilmfest.org/. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) and Beer Battle (BFA Documentary 2014 Hunter Truman) were selected to screen as part of the Best of Brouhaha side bar at the Florida Film Festival, April 10-19 in Orlando. For more information about this festival, go to www.floridafilmfestival.com. Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral/Jill Somers [PR]), LUNCHSAQ (BFA Thesis 2014 Aubrey Danielson/Taylor Kidd [PR]), Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders/Joel Black [PR]), Heyln Spring (MFA Thesis 2014 Noah Camenker) and A Blind Man (MFA Thesis 2014 Joel Black) were selected for Blue Ribbon Panel judging by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for the College Television Awards (Student Emmys). The winners will be announced in April. For more information about this competition, go to www.emmys.tv/foundation. Forgotten Rabbit (BFA Documentary 2013 Clara Diez) was invited to screen at three festivals in the state of Washington: Seattle Crypticon Horror Convention on May 23, Sasquan International Film Festival in Spokane, August 17-20, and at Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival in Richland, October 16-18. For more information about these festivals go to www.tcif3.com.-- Meryl Warren, Director of Alumni            College of Motion Picture ArtsA5100 University Center, Florida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2350850 524 0063 (cell) ;  850 644 2626 faxmwarren@film.fsu.edufilm.fsu.eduSee More

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